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Supernatural Watch: Season 9, Episode 15 - Thinman
Can you believe it’s been six seasons since we last saw the Ghostfacers? When I looked that up on the always reliable Supernatural Wiki I was stunned. It feels like just a couple seasons ago when we last saw Harry and Ed messing things up for Sam and Dean with their ineptitude and internet-speak. The web’s foremost supernaturalists (at least in their minds) returned in “Thinman” after a girl was murdered inside her locked bedroom.
Arrow's Intense Three-Minute Trailer Teases Big Fights, Deathstroke And Suicide Squad
Take a deep breath before watching the following trailer, because you may be holding it for the next three minutes! A day ahead of the next new episode of Arrow, fittingly titled "The Promise" (see also #ThePromise), the CW has delivered an intense three-minute trailer that teases what's head for the series as it charges forward through the second half of its second season.
Tina Fey And Jimmy Fallon Flip Lips In Hilarious Sketch Fail
You know what’s better than a perfectly executed late night sketch? One that goes sort of akimbo and ultimately fails in the most hilarious of manners. And all of that is only made better when the folks involved are Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon. The duo attempted to “flip lips” — fairly self-explanatory, right? — in order for Fey to interview herself, only what transpired was a botched sing-a-long with a bevy of lip licking. Fail!
Mila Kunis To Guest Star On CBS' Two And A Half Men
The move marks the first time she will share the TV screen with Ashton Kutcher after starring opposite the actor on That 70s Show in the late nineties and into the 2000s. As it turns out, the Two and a Half Men gig could be a pretty steamy affair, as well, or at least a pretty comedic one.
Watch The Oscar Pizza Guy's Hilarious Interview With Ellen
At the time of the live airing, I wondered how the whole pizza gag was accomplished, and this week the pizzeria owner popped up on The Ellen DeGeneres Show to clear a few things up for everyone.
Gotham Series Casts 'Touch' Star As Bruce Wayne, Also Casts Selina Kyle
Fox's Gotham series has found its Bruce Wayne and he's a preteen who's no stranger to the FOX network. Touch star David Mazouz has been cast to play the pre-Batman character in the drama, which will focus on Detective James Gordon and the origin story of some of Gotham City's most infamous villains. Mazouz isn't the only younger actor to join the cast, as Gotham has also cast Selena Kyle.
First Trailer For Starz's Power Is Glitzy And Striking
Starz has been busy rolling out a new original lineup in the New Year. Moving forward into 2014, the premium cable network also has Outlander and Power on the docket. On Tuesday, the network released the first full trailer for the latter. It’s a doozy, filled with club hopping and a few powerful figures working within the New York nightlife scene.
Matthew McConaughey Confirms He Won't Be Back For True Detective Season 2
This is Matthew McConaughey's year! Not only has the actor earned much-deserved critical acclaim for his role as Detective Rustin "Rust" Cohle in HBO's drama True Detective, but he collected an Oscar Award on Sunday night for his role in Dallas Buyers Club.
Lannisters, Targaryens And More Tease Game Of Thrones The Politics Of Power Special
The Season 4 premiere won’t occur until next month, but luckily, HBO has been really great about keeping the series fresh in the minds of fans. The network has already aired one special leading into Season 4 and this week, the subscription cable network announced “The Politics of Power: A Look Back at Season 3,” via a brand new teaser.
The Fall Season 2 Has Begun Production
With the feature adaptation of E.L. James' steamy novel Fifty Shades of Grey wrapping production, fans of BBC Two's The Fall are likely eager to know if Jamie Dornan is now free and ready to resume production on the excellent Northern Irish crime drama The Fall, which is due for a second season.
Idina Menzel Sings 'Let It Go' On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, And She Nails It
Idina Menzel -- or Adele Dazeem, as John Travolta likes to call her -- took to the stage on Oscar night to sing Frozen's Academy Award nominated (and eventually winning) song "Let it Go." For a song that's probably really tough to sing live, she did it justice and fans were likely happy to hear a live version of the tune they've been singing for months.
The Bachelor Watch: The Women Tell All, Only Not Really
Well: that was highly un-revelatory. Not that we totally thought it would be — more so that we just hoped it would. Because this season of The Bachelor has been trying at best. Maybe we were hoping some hard-hitting discussion, an acknowledgement from Juan Pablo that he’d been a dismissive egoist from time to time. Something. But this is The Bachelor so there’s literally no reason or precedent set to make us think that would happen. We all just want what we can’t have.
Arrow's 'Suicide Squad' Gets New Photos And A Detailed Episode Description
While there's still one more new episode and then a week off between now and the "Suicide Squad" episode of Arrow, we now have some new photos from the episode that'll air later this month, as well as a description that gives us some idea of the plot. But as I mentioned, this is the episode after next, so if you're not up for looking ahead, read no further!
Stephen King 'Tweets' From A Typewriter As Under The Dome Season 2 Starts Production
What better way to kick off the start of production for the second season of Under the Dome than with a video of Stephen King calmly "Tweeting" from an old typewriter on the set. Because that's how Stephen King would Tweet, right? The teaser from the set also features Under the Dome stars Mike Vogel and Colin Ford throwing Dean Norris's character under the bus as they plead for him to be the one to not be safe this season.
The 86th Annual Academy Awards Was The Most Watched Entertainment Telecast In A Decade
The Academy Awards is annually one of the most-watched television programs of the year, and last night's celebration lived up to that expectation. The 86th annual Oscars, which aired on ABC, drew an average audience of 43 million viewers during its airing and delivered an impressive 12.9 rating in the Adults 18-49 demographic.